Quill offers several reports to help track student progress and inform your instruction. Three reports are available to all users, and four additional reports are available for Quill Premium users.
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How to access data reports
Quill provides a variety of data points through the My Reports tab.
Activity Summary Report
The Activity Summary report provides a high-level view of student progress on their Quill activities. This report uses a color system of green, yellow, and red to indicate students' proficiencies for each activity. You can also use the class, activity pack, and date filters at the top of the report to narrow your search.
Activity Summary Tips and Tricks:
Use the date filters to see activities completed within a certain grading period.
Support mastery-based learning with Quill: View and track students' replay attempts using the Activity Summary report. Replayed activities will be counted and designated by a small blue number at the top right corner of the activity square.
Activity Analysis Report
The Activity Analysis report allows you to dig deeply into each student's responses to prompts in activities.
To view a list of students who have completed an activity, click the arrow to the far right of the activity's name. Then, you can click a student's name to see their responses to the prompts in that activity and how much time they spent on that activity.
You will see each prompt in the activity, each response that a student submitted for each prompt, the feedback that the student received for each response, and the concept that was being used in the prompt.
Activity Analysis Tips and Tricks:
Use questions or concepts from the Activity Analysis for your Do Now/Warm-Up activities
Use the Activity Analysis during student conferences to better understand students' thought processes while completing Quill activities
Lead whole-class discussions by anonymously sharing student responses from the Activity Analysis
We recommend that all teachers start their class' Quill journey by assigning a Quill Diagnostic. A Quill Diagnostic will gather data about students' baseline proficiencies and learning needs to then generate learning plans of recommended activities for each student. The Diagnostics reports offer insights into students' skill mastery and gaps:
Class summary - circle charts displaying the percentage of students in the class who are proficient in each skill set.
Student results - see the proficiencies for each skill set for each student.
Practice recommendations - see each student's learning plan of practice recommendation activity packs.
Student responses - view each student's responses for the diagnostic prompts and the percentage of skills for which each student answered questions completely correctly.
Questions analysis - see the class average score for each prompt in the diagnostic.
Activity Scores Report (Premium)
The Activity Scores report generates a progress report for each student's Quill experience. You can download and share it with students. This report will show you a student's average Quill score that takes into account all the activities that they have completed, how many activities they have completed, and their score for each individual activity.
Activity Scores Tips & Tricks:
Click the arrow next to each activity to see the student's Activity Analysis report for that particular activity
Set due dates for each activity and use the Activity Scores report to record a grade for that activity after that due date
Organize activity packs by concepts and use this report to implement concept-level grading
Concepts Report (Premium)
The downloadable Concepts report shows you each concept the student has encountered on Quill and their average score for each of those concepts.
Concepts Report Tips & Tricks:
Download the Concepts report and allow students to use this as a checklist for correctness when writing
Use the information on this page to structure station rotations or cooperative grouping
Standards Report (Premium)
The Standards report allows you to see each Common Core State Standard (CCSS) that your students have encountered on Quill.
When you click the arrow to the far right of each CCSS, you will see the students who are proficient in that CCSS.
You can also click each student's name to see their individual Standards report.
Standards Report Tips & Tricks:
Use the Standards report to inform re-teaching and small group interventions
Encourage students to go for green on each of their activities to ensure mastery of each CCSS.
Data Export (Premium)
The Data Export feature allows you to download students' raw Quill data as a CSV file for further analysis on your own or to upload into another system.
Data Export Report Tips & Tricks:
Use the classes, activity packs, and students filters at the top of the page to narrow the data displayed in your report
Share the CSV file with your administration, instructional coach, or team leader to identify growth areas for students and cooperative grouping
Have more questions?
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